Rams land beams project at sacred lands

The Los Angeles Rams land beam project is one of three projects being considered for the site where the former land of the Los Angeles Kings was once a football stadium, according to a report from The Associated Press.

The Los Angelos Rams land project is expected to open in 2021 and will include two sites.

The stadium will be rebuilt and will house a hotel, restaurants and a convention center, as well as a stadium, a convention and a hotel.

The Rams’ current home at the Los Feliz site has been vacant for several years, and the new site would provide a major change to the surrounding area.

The project was announced by Rams owner Stan Kroenke in October, and Kroenkel announced it in October.

The land project will cost $1.3 billion and will take six years to complete, with the final construction slated to start in 2020.

The NFL approved the project in September, but the NFL’s relocation rules prevent the team from playing in Los Angeles until 2024.

The team has said it intends to play its home games in the Los Inglese Sports Arena in Inglewood, Calif.

The Associated Report’s Tom Pennington and Robert Kraft contributed to this report.